"There are productive ways of responding and expressing those frustrations, and there are destructive ways of responding," Obama said. "Burning buildings, torching cars, destroying property, putting people at risk -- that's destructive, and there's no excuse for it. Those are criminal acts, and people should be prosecuted if they engage in criminal acts," he said.
No decision has been made about the future of Officer Darren Wilson with the Ferguson Police Department following the grand jury's decision, Ferguson Mayor James Knowles said.
Wilson has been on paid administrative leave since the August 9 shooting of Brown and remains on leave pending the completion of an internal investigation, Knowles told a news conference.
The Missouri Governor Jay Nixon ordered hundreds more National Guard troops to the Ferguson, Missouri, area on Tuesday.
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